Tag Archives: fedora

Fedora 21 Open Terminal From File Manager

If you use the command line a lot (like me!), then being able to switch quickly between the graphical file explorer and a terminal window in the same location is a fantastic timesaver. On gnome this option isn’t available by default (as it is from KDE), but you can enable it by installing the nautilus-open-terminal […]

Increase 30 Second Screencast Limit On Fedora 21

I wrote a post a little while back explaining how to use the built-in screencast tool on Fedora 20. I’ve just noticed that the latest Fedora release (21) limits the screencast length to 30 seconds. Nooo! It’s okay. If you want to record for longer than 30 seconds, you can change the time using gsettings. […]

Screencasting on Fedora [20]

To start with, did you know you can record a screencast on Fedora just by pressing CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-R? No? Me either. How fantastically easy is that? Once you’ve pressed the keys, you get a little red circle in the top right of your screen that indicates recording is on. When you’re done, just press CTRL-SHIFT-ALT-R again […]

Quickly Convert .ogg Audio Files to .mp3 Format [Fedora]

OK, first of all you need to install the gnome media apps: yum install gnome-media-apps This provides a command line tool called sox.